|Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS)|
Publishes papers on historical and scientific topics that are of general interest to the AMS membership. It also publishes papers in areas of current scientific controversy and debate, as well as review articles.
This international journal is indispensable reading for engineers working in the field of marine and coastal technology. Combining practical application with modern technological and scientific achievements, it publishes fundamental studies as well as case histories on the following aspects of coastal, harbour and offshore engineering: studies on waves and currents; coastal morphology; estuary hydraulics; harbour and offshore structures. Mathematical and physical models as well as constructional aspects and environmental problems relating to these items are also included. Each publication should have as a minimum one paragraph stressing practical engineering applications.
|Computers & Geoscience|
Computers & Geosciences brings to its readers research on novel computer methods in the geosciences, such as spatial analysis, geomathematics, modelling, simulation, statistical and artificial intelligence methods, e-geoscience, geoinformatics, geomatics, geocomputation, image analysis, remote sensing, and geographical information science. The term Geoscience is used in a broad sense to refer to the physical Earth sciences, including geology, geophysics, geochemistry, oceanography, environmental science, atmosphere and planetary science, hydrology, and physical geography.
|Computing in Science and Engineering|
CiSE magazine is a joint publication of the IEEE Computer Society and the American Institute of Physics. It covers computational science and engineering research for a broad range of technical fields.
|Continental Shelf Research|
Continental Shelf Research publishes articles dealing with the physical oceanography, sedimentology, geology, chemistry, biology and ecology of the shallow marine environment, from coastal and estuarine water out to the shelf break. Papers that are published present results from both fundamental, original research as well as applied, or directed research.
|Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers|
Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
|Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography|
Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography publishes the topical issues arising from the many international and interdisciplinary projects which are undertaken.
|Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans|
This is the journal of Dynamics of Oceans and Atmospheres.
|Environmental Modelling & Software|
The aim of Environmental Modelling & Software is to improve our capacity to represent, understand, predict or manage the behaviour of environmental systems at all practical scales, and to communicate those improvements to a wide scientific and professional audience.
The international journal of the Japanese Society for Fisheries Oceanography, Fisheries Oceanography is designed to present a forum for the exchange of information amongst fisheries scientists worldwide.
|Geophysical Research Letters|
Geophysical Research Letters publishes short, concise research letters that present scientific advances that are likely to have immediate influence on the research of other investigators. GRL letters can focus on a specific discipline or apply broadly to the geophysical science community.
|Global Biogeochemical Cycles|
Global Biogeochemical Cycles Includes papers in the broad areas of global change involving the geosphere and biosphere. Marine, hydrologic, atmospheric, extraterrestrial, geologic, biologic, and human causes of and response to environmental change on timescales of tens, thousands, and millions of years are the purview of the journal.
|International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids|
The expressed intention of the Journal is the dissemination of information relating to the development, refinement, and application of computer-based numerical techniques for solving problems in fluids. These include, but are not limited to, the Finite Difference and Finite Element methods, in each of which the manner of imposing boundary conditions to obtain a numerical solution can be quite important. The submission of manuscripts in which the primary contribution is experimental is encouraged, if such results are compared with previously published numerical predictions. Also encouraged are papers in which an established numerical technique is used to study some of the subtleties associated with the physics of fluids. Indeed, even papers presenting closed form solutions directly related to engineering problems and demonstrated to be effective will be published.
|Journal of Applied Meterology (JAM)|
Publishes applied research related to physical meteorology, cloud physics, hydrology, weather modification, satellite meteorology, boundary layer processes, air pollution meteorology (including dispersion and chemical processes), agricultural and forest meteorology, and applied meteorological numerical models of all types.
|Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology (JTECH)|
Publishes papers describing the instrumentation and methodology used in atmospheric and oceanic research including computational techniques, methods for data acquisition, processing, and interpretation, and information systems and algorithms.
|Journal OF Climate (JCLI)|
Publishes articles on climate research and, therefore, welcomes manuscripts concerned with large-scale variability of the atmosphere, oceans, and land surface; changes in the climate system (including those caused by human activities); and climate simulation and prediction.
|Journal of Computational Physics|
Journal of Computational Physics thoroughly treats the computational aspects of physical problems, presenting techniques for the numerical solution of mathematical equations arising in all areas of physics. The journal seeks to emphasize methods that cross disciplinary boundaries.
|Journal of Geophysical Research|
This is the Journal of Geophysical Research
|Journal of Hydrometeorology (JHM)|
Publishes research related to the modeling, observing, and forecasting of processes related to water and energy fluxes and storage terms, including interactions with the boundary layer and lower atmosphere, and including processes related to precipitation, radiation, and other meteorological inputs.
|Journal of Physical Oceanography (JPO)|
Publishes research related to the physics of the ocean and to processes operating at its boundaries. Theoretical and modeling studies are welcome, especially those that are linked to observations. Papers that investigate interactions with other components of the earth system (e.g., ocean–atmosphere, physical–biological and physical–chemical interactions) as well as studies of other fluid systems (e.g., lakes and laboratory tanks) are also invited, as long as their focus is on understanding the ocean.
|Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences|
Publishes basic research related to the physics, dynamics, and chemistry of the atmosphere of the Earth and other planets, with emphasis on the quantitative and deductive aspects of the subject.
|Limnology and Oceanography|
Limnology and Oceanography publishes original articles about all aspects of limnology and oceanography. The journal's unifying theme is the understanding of aquatic ecosystems.
|Mercator Ocean Quarterly Newsletter|
For scientists: the Quarterly Newsletter talks about the project scientific progress: new configuurations of the physical model, of the assimilation scheme, validation and comparison with in situ observations, fine scale area analyses. In brief : basic articles written by project scientists.
|Monthly Weather Review (MWR)|
Publishes research related to analysis and prediction of observed and modeled circulations of the atmosphere, including technique development, data assimilation, model validation, and relevant case studies. This includes papers on numerical techniques and data assimilation techniques that apply to the atmosphere and/or ocean environment.
|Numerical Ocean Circulation Modeling|
This book offers a comprehensive overview of the models and methods employed in the rapidly advancing field of numerical ocean circulation modeling. For those new to the field, concise reviews of the equations of oceanic motion, sub-grid-scale parameterization, and numerical approximation techniques are presented and four specific numerical models, chosen to span the range of current practice, are described in detail. For more advanced users, a suite of model test problems is developed to illustrate the differences among models, and to serve as a first stage in the quantitative evaluation of future algorithms. The extensive list of references makes this book a valuable text for both graduate students and postdoctoral researchers in the marine sciences and in related fields such as meteorology, and climate and coupled biogeochemical modeling.
high-quality peer-reviewed articles in the following areas of research: * Theoretical oceanography (new theoretical concepts that further system understanding with a strong view to applicability for operational or monitoring purposes) * Computational oceanography (all aspects of ocean modelling and data analysis) * Observational oceanography (new techniques or systematic approaches in measuring oceanic variables, including all aspects of monitoring the state of the ocean) * Articles with an interdisciplinary character that encompass research in the fields of biological, chemical and physical oceanography are especially encouraged.
Formerly the Ocean Modelling Newsletter from SCOR, Ocean Modelling has been relaunched as a rapid response Web-based Journal. Submit your manuscript, preliminary communication, discussion paper or news item now to be part of this innovative new project.
Oceanologica Acta is a scientific journal of French origin, with an international audience.
Paleoceanography focuses on original contributions dealing with the marine sedimentary record from the present ocean basins and margins and from exposures of ancient marine sediments on the continents. Approaches include sedimentology; isotope geochemistry; paleontology; seismic stratigraphy; physical, chemical, and biological oceanography; marine geology and geophysics; Quaternary geology; and modeling. Contributions are global and regional rather than local; and cover all ages (Precambrian to the Quaternary, including modern analogs).
|South African Journal of Science|
The Journal was established in 1903 as the proceedings of the annual meetings of the SA Association for the Advancement of Science. The annual volume became a monthly publication in August 1947. Since 1973, the Journal has in turn had a close association with Macmillan Journals in London (the publisher of Nature), the Joint Council of Scientific Societies (JCSS), the Associated Scientific and Technical Societies of SA (AS&TS), and the Foundation for Education, Science and Technology. Since April 1997, at the request of the Department of Arts, Culture, Science and Technology, the management of the Journal has been the responsibility of the NRF. The editorial staff are housed in the NRF building in Pretoria.
|The Journal of Shellfish Research|
|Weather and Forcasting (WAF)|
Publishes articles on forecasting and analysis techniques, forecast verification studies, and case studies useful to forecasters. In addition, submissions that report on changes to the suite of operational numerical models and statistical postprocessing techniques, and articles that demonstrate the transfer of research results to the forecasting community.